September's song is a lead in to autumn. The muted browns, golds, and siennas begin to color over the bright reds, blues, and pinks.
Leaves begin to paint their fall colors and slowly fall to decorate the earth floor.
Seedheads form to fatefully protect the future of blossoms in the garden.
Colorful berries form to hold seeds for the hope of renewal.
Some blooms burst forth for a final late summer display.
Hummingbirds fill up on nectar before their long migration south.
Butterflies take their time feeding and fluttering before cold weather comes.
And the Limelight hydrangeas offer a September surprise as their once white, now green, petals bring a tinge of pink.
What September song is in your garden?
I will be linking up with May Dreams Gardens for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. Visit her blog to see the September garden of other garden bloggers.
©Michelle A. Potter